Ever think about retiring? Yes, so have we. Perhaps we should think about it a bit more.
We're joined with author and businessman Phil Saylor, who says it best....
Retire is a word I never liked. The word retire, along with dramatic emphasis, sounds like you’re going to die. Of course, death is inevitable weather we retire or not.
Wisdom satisfies the notion that sometimes when you don’t like something it’s just a pure case of tough stuff. In other words, the word retire is here to stay. I can’t do anything about it. I think it’s highly over-rated and for sure over-used.
“You’re retired. So does that mean you don’t do anything, or is retired what you do?”
When googling retirement, you'll be bombarded with financial stuff and AARP insurance sites. That must mean you have to have money to retire. What a novel idea. Who would have thought? Money is a given. My contention is money is only part of what you need.
One day you wake up and it happens to be your 65th birthday..., they stuff